Evidence-based article in DailyMail (UK) challenges official 9/11 story

In an article published September 8, 2017 and updated the next day, the Daily Mail (UK) strongly challenges the official government narrative of 9/11/2001: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4867124/9-11-conspiracy-theories-persist-16-years-atrocity.html .

The article features Prof. David Ray Griffin's latest book: "Bush And Cheney: How They Ruined America And The World." They also reference Leroy Hulsey's excellent analysis of the official (NIST) story that fire destroyed WTC-7: "This week, eminent Alaska University engineers dismissed this explanation. Dr J. Leroy Hulsey, Chair of the university’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, said: ‘Fire did not and could not have caused the failure of this building.’ "

Further, they cite a British physicist, Matt Campbell, who " insists that 9/11 did not happen in the way we have been told and that there has been a huge official cover-up to disguise the truth." Quoting Dr. Campbell: "‘The BBC has presented information to the public that breaks its own editorial guidelines. In at least one documentary, it removed the sounds of huge explosions going off in WTC7 moments before its collapse.
‘I think my brother Geoff and many others were murdered in an event that conflicts with what we have been officially told."

Our August 2016 paper in EuroPhysics News which likewise challenges the official story is cited in comments to this article. (See https://www.europhysicsnews.org/articles/epn/abs/2016/04/epn2016474p21/epn2016474p21.html )

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4867124/9-11-conspiracy-theories-persist-16-years-atrocity.html#ixzz4sQp0paxh

Daily Mail website has a huge readership

Note that MailOnline, where this excellent article is published, is the second most visited English-language newspaper website in the world. Furthermore, the Daily Mail newspaper, which also published the article, is the second most popular daily newspaper in the UK. So this article will have been read by a very large number of people.

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